Police appeal following crash in Methil

Picture: John Devlin
Picture: John Devlin

Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision in Methil last month.

At around 7.20am on Sunday, November 29, a silver Subaru Impreza collided with a row of five parked cars on Den Walk near to its junction with Byron Street.

No one was injured and it is understood that the driver and two passengers of the Subaru made off on foot.

Local police have been carrying out various lines of inquiry in an effort to trace the three males and are now turning to the public for their assistance.

PC Suzie O’Brien, of the Community Investigation Unit based in Methil, said: “It is only through good fortune that no one was seriously injured in this incident, which caused extensive damage to the parked vehicles.

“Local officers have been working hard to trace these men and we are now seeking the assistance of the public. In particular we are keen to speak to a male driver of a black van who stopped at the scene and is believed to have witnessed the collision.

“This man can possibly help identify the occupants of the Subaru and I urge him to please come forward.

“Likewise, anyone who has information that might assist with our ongoing inquiries is asked to contact police on 101.

“Alternatively, information can be passed anonymously through the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”